By Luka Kenyon.
Welsh four-piece Pretty Vicious played to an excited crowd in Glasgow on Thursday night.
The young rockers played the final night of their whistle-stop tour of the UK in Glasgow’s famous King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut.
Their was a huge buzz of excitement as the boys took to the stage in the intimate, yet packed out venue.
Lead singer, Brad Griffiths, has an undeniable stage presence and the band as a whole put on an amazingly high energy live show.
Despite the small space, the young crowd did not hesitate to mosh violently to each and every song, clearly loving the angst-filled rock Pretty Vicious seem to be experts in producing.
The band gained a huge following after their debut single ‘Cave Song‘ was added to the BBC Radio 1 playlist back in 2015, despite having never played live before.
The boys are definitely well practised in delivering seriously exciting live performances now, and have proved themselves to be confident, talented musicians.
The highlights were the hard-hitting ‘Blister’ and brand new song ‘These Four Walls’, which is a similarly powerful anthem.
Although the band have recently parted from their record label, Virgin-EMI, their have fans continued to turn up and support them on their UK tour.
You should check out Pretty Vicious if you’re a fan of: Vant, Slaves, The Amazons, Drenge